Authorities have identified a woman whose body was found in a travel bag in an underground water vault in front of an east valley apartment complex late last month.
President Barack Obama, in a ritual that has become both familiar and frustrating to him, traveled to Oregon on Friday to console families of the victims of a community college shooting that once again sparked a push for U.S. gun reform.
Students at UCLA filled the university chancellor's office Thursday in response to a Kanye West-themed fraternity party they said was offensive, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The National League Division Series between the New York Mets and the Los Angeles Dodgers starts tonight at Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles. Here's what you need to know if you want to watch the game.
Rep. Paul Ryan is telling House Republicans privately he is considering running for speaker, several members say.
Cave Lake State Park in White Pine County just grew significantly bigger thanks to the transfer of almost 3,000 acres from U.S. Forest Service control.
Cirque du Soleil is out of the nightclub business, severing ties to two once-lauded ventures.The Beatles-themed Revolution Lounge will close at The Mirage on Wednesday, the hotel announced today.
"Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice" doesn't open until March 25, 2016, but it's never too early for fans to obsess over every detail. Even the detail of the costumes.
Nevada taxpayers will have to shell out more than $600,000 in legal fees to a group that successfully sought to overturn the state's ban on gay marriage if a proposed settlement to be considered by the state Board of Examiners on Tuesday wins approval.
We asked Wine Amplified founder Chris Hammond — who along with Barton, bottles three varietals of wine through their Rock 'n Roll Wine brand — what wines would be best paired with which acts on this year’s bill.
Bibiana Mashamba loves to dance, run and jump -- all the attributes of a thriving teenager.
The Northern Arizona University shooting suspect has been charged with first-degree murder and three counts of aggravated assault, after one person was killed and three others injured Friday morning, according to the university.
Here's a look at some of Friday's most interesting high school football games.
Good news for all the little girls and boys out there — and, well, all the big girls and big boys (you know who you are) — who are fans of the kitty who may or may not be a cat.
"Pizza rat" may have a rival — or two.
One person was fatally shot near Texas Southern University and a suspect has been detained, Houston police said on Friday.
The California Coastal Commission unanimously approved SeaWorld's $100 million plan to double the size of its killer whale habitat, despite the pleas of animal activists to release the behemoths into the ocean.
A Florida man drove a stolen car to police headquarters to pick up court papers related to another stolen car charge, Fox-CT reported — papers that were originally found in another stolen car.
Dave Rice has been talking about a faster-paced style of play, and in the meantime, the UNLV basketball coach is not slowing down on the recruiting trail.
Las Vegas police are investigating a crash in the east valley that left a woman in a wheelchair dead early Friday morning.
Six workers were injured in an explosion at a Washington state dam on Thursday, officials said, though the structural integrity of the dam was not threatened.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — George Springer and Colby Rasmus homered, and Collin McHugh pitched six solid innings as the Houston Astros defeated the Kansas City Royals 5-2 Thursday night in the opener of an American League Division Series.
Voters can preserve the American dream, but only if they're willing to bring some new blood to the country's political establishment, Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio told a throng of receptive retirees at a Las Vegas rally Thursday night.
Sorry, U.S. airlines, when it comes to in-flight services, you're still not making the grade.
The day could've been all back slaps and smiles, but it also was one of opportunity. And first-year UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez wasn't about to pass up an opportunity on Monday, especially when everyone was in a good mood after watching the Fremont Cannon get painted red at the Student Union.
Three Las Vegas police unions are challenging the constitutionality of a new state law that prohibits local governments from allowing employees any paid leave to serve as representatives of labor organizations.
James R. Cooper knew that greed could catch up with him. He had seen the phantom-bet craps scam play out before. And it didn't end well.
While ordering Domino's with a simple pizza emoji text or tweet may seem like a one-step process, the act itself is tedious (at best) and could potentially leave you starving for pizza.
Never has Elaine Wynn, president of the Nevada State Board of Education, felt so alarmed in her job as she did after hearing details of the Clark County School District's teacher shortage.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump came to town Thursday, insulted most of his rivals, bashed the media, called the current crop of American leaders incompetent and promised to make America great again. Again.
If you just can not handle the above-90 Las Vegas temperatures this October and really want fall to be here, a New England company might have you covered — if you're ready to drop $20 on a few leaves.
Fighting back tears, Cindy Shroba lowered her head as she contemplated the terror endured last week at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, where a gunman stormed into a classroom and executed nine inside.
While Las Vegas’ historic bars are slowly getting erased in favor of modern, more upscale watering holes, few reminders of the town’s old bar scene still exist.
Restaurateur-Chef Natalie Young is a highlight of the success of the Downtown Project, owing nothing to luck.
Eight months after disclosing a major data breach, ride service Uber is focusing its legal efforts on learning more about an internet address that it has persuaded a court could lead to identifying the hacker. That address, two sources familiar with the matter say, can be traced to the chief of technology at its main U.S. rival, Lyft.
For nearly the life of the Strip's longest-running production show, Donna London has been behind the scenes fitting, washing and repairing costumes for cast members of "Jubilee!"
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